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Free power till ryots seek tariff
Agriculture / Farmers

Cabinet meeting gives nod for cooperative farming
Bill to be introduced in the State Assembly

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Accuses banks of collecting money for issue of the certificate

Essential commodities prices soar sky high as transporters go on strike
100kg rice bag price hikes by Rs. 250

Free power till ryots seek tariff
Chief Minister directs officials to ensure quality service

Loan waiver scheme to all farmers
Loan waiver for SC/STs taken as relief and not a policy decision

Statewide bandh evokes partial response
Agitators stalls Finance Minister at Gannavaram airport

Chief Minister requests Prime Minister to fix Minimum Support Price for paddy
Writes detailed letter explaining reasons

Agricultural Minister cautions seed companies
Warns officials to be alert

Cent percent subsidy for Horticulture farmers
Government makes announcement

Farmers disrupted Pothyreddipadu Project work
Demands irrigation for village

Evyavasayam Portal soon
Agriculture Department to reach farmers more closely

Farmers lock up power staff
Demand for nine-hour power supply

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Free power till ryots seek tariff

Chief Minister directs officials to ensure quality service

Hyderabad, March 30, 2008

The Chief Minister, Dr.YS Rajasekhara Reddy has asserted that free power will continue for the farm sector till the farmers say they are willing to pay the power tariff. The Government will not go back on its promise of supplying of free power, he said during an interaction with the newly appointed Chairman and Managing Director of APTransco Ajeya Kallam on Sunday.

The Chief Minister directed the officials to ensure that quality service was provided to the consumers in view of the growing demand. More service centres should be opened to cater the needs of the consumers.

The CMD of AP Transco said that it is coming out with an action plan shortly to improve its functioning to provide better services to the urban and rural areas. Th APTransco CMD said plans were afoot to increase power generation with commissioning of new power plants.

Andhra Pradesh on March 30, 2008

TRS President rules out tie-up with Congress in by-polls
Inaugurates Atmagourava Ratham

State Government extends unauthorized constructions regularization process to April 30
More time for BRS and LRS schemes

Free power till ryots seek tariff
Chief Minister directs officials to ensure quality service

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